The New York Philharmonic’s current program places a pseudo-concerto alongside a concerto that doesn’t sound like one, at least in the modern sense.
Many called him the greatest Finnish composer since Sibelius. Esa-Pekka Salonen and Magnus Lindberg were among his students.
Finally arriving at Carnegie Hall, after a bitter lockout, the orchestra and Osmo Vanska present their urgent take on the vision of Sibelius.
The ensemble played works by Grieg, Sibelius and Bartok.
Times critics share what they’ve been listening to lately.